Bill Gross tells Ali Velshi that America is a "debt man walking" and predicts an eventual downgrade.
Ali Velshi, Peter Morici, Jeanne Sahadi, Mark Skoda and Chrystia Freeland offer perspective on Washington's debt fight.
As the Tea Party shapes debate on Capitol Hill, Mark Skoda tells Ali Velshi that the debt fight is all about politics.
Richard Florida and Terry Savage analyze national employment and wage trends with Tom Foreman.
As Americans swelter in triple-digit heat, Tom Foreman calls on political leaders to focus on crumbling infrastructure rather than politically popular projects.
Tom Foreman, Mark Skoda, Will Cain and John Avlon analyze the Tea Party's views on plans to raise the debt ceiling.
The casino mogul calls the President "the greatest wet blanket to business, progress and job creation in [his] lifetime."
Terry Savage and Chrystia Freeland weigh in with Tom Foreman.
Grover Norquist tells Ali Velshi that voters should trust their elected officials "not to lie their way into office."
Jim Awad tells Ali Velshi investors should change their risk profile to minimize damage from a U.S. debt default.
Howard Kurtz tells Ali Velshi that Rupert Murdoch will need to reassure U.S. readers of News Corp newspapers.